Cal Fire: County Fire Started by Improperly Installed Electric Fence
YOLO COUNTY -- A fast-moving blaze that's burned for nearly two weeks in Northern California was started by an improperly installed electric livestock fence, fire officials said. The County Fire, which started on June 30 in Yolo and Napa counties, is the largest fire in the state right now and has scorched 90,000 acres so far. Hundreds of firefighters are battling the blaze, which is 89% contained, Cal Fire said Wednesday night.